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1748A letter to the ToriesLyttelton, George Lyttelton, Baron, 1709-1773.
1809A letter to the Viscount Folkestone on the unlawfulness of the votes of thanks to Mr. Wardle and the late minorityTinney, John Pern.
1792A letter to Thomas Payne, Esq. : written in consequence of the one lately addressed by him to Mr. Secretary DundasHighlander.
1746A letter to William Pitt, esq., concerning the fifteen new regiments lately voted by Parliament: wherein some of the general arguments, together with his in particular ... are fairly answered ..Hervey, Thomas, 1699-1775.
1733Letter to William Pulteney, esq. concerning the administration of affairs in Great Britain for several years passed, and the present state thereof, with observations on our polemical writers-
14-Apr-2014Letter written by Wm. Elliot, Chesley-Ontario to a near friend concerning the Book of Revelation.Elliot, William
1708A letter written to a gentleman in the country about the late northern invasion : and the lawfulness of taking the oaths to the present governmentMinister of the Church of England.
1815Letter, &cCartwright, John, 1740-1824.
1719A letterLeslie, Charles, 1650-1722.
1793A letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt : in which the real interests of Britain, in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of EuropeCurrie, James, 1756-1805.
1793A letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt : in which the real interests of Britain, in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of EuropeCurrie, James, 1756-1805.
1793A letter, commercial and political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt : in which the real interests of Britain, in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general state of EuropeCurrie, James, 1756-1805.
1807Letters addressed to Lord Grenville and Lord Howick, upon their removal from the councils of the king, in consequence of their attempting the repeal the test laws now in force, with respect to His Majesty's army and navyCooke, Edward, 1755-1820.
1764Letters between Col. Robert Hammond, governor of the Isle of Wight, and the committee of lords and commons at Derby-House, General Fairfax, Lieut. General Cromwell, Commissary General Ireton, &c. relating to King Charles I. While he was confined in Carisbrooke-Castle in that island. Now first published. To which is prefixed a letter from John Ashburnham, esq. to a friend, concerning his deportment toward the king, in his attendance on his majesty at Hampton-Court, and in the Isle of WightHammond, Robert, 1621-1654.
15-Apr-2014Letters from the president of the Roman Catholic School Commissioners of the City of Montreal, in answer to the attacks made by the Evening Post and by Le Monde.Roman Catholic School Commissioners.
1786Letters from the Right Honourable W------ E---, on the late political arrangement, to the Earl of Carlisle ; Lord North ; Hon. C.J. Fox ; John Lee, Esq. ; Mr. W. Woodfall ; Duke of Portland ; Lord Loughborough ; R.B. Sheridan, Esq. ; J. Wedgwood, Esq. ; William Adam, Esq-
15-Apr-2014Letters in reply to the attacks of foreign ecclesiastics against the schools and municipalities of Upper Canada, including the letters of Bishop Charbonnel, Mr. Bruyere, and Bishop Pinsoneault.Ryerson, Egerton, 1803-1882
1731The letters of Atticus, as printed in the London Journal, in the years 1729 and 1730, on various subjects, with an introduction, containing a short survey of public affairs from the time of the Spaniards besieging Gibraltar to the year 1731 ..Cooke, Thomas, 1703-1756.
1796Letters of Crito, on the causes, objects, and consequences of the present warMillar, John, 1735-1801.
15-Apr-2014Letters of Dr. Chiniquy to Senator Tasse.Chiniquy, Charles, 1809-1899; Tasse, Joseph, 1848-1895.
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